It's 2022, and every child starting school in Victoria has just been given a 'Prep bag' including a literacy and numeracy brochure advising parents to help children work out difficult words by saying, “Look at the pic...
There is an indoor air quality crisis around the world and pollutants are increasingly posing a risk to health, wellness and mental acuity.
Unvaccinated teachers will be welcomed back to NSW classrooms from Term 3, under a proposed policy announced today.
After managing her school’s pandemic response in leading the shift to hybrid learning, informing the community with key messages, and worrying about staff and students' wellbeing, it's something of a surprise to find out that Leanne Otene’s most challenging years as principal came not during COVI...
Parents are targeting principals and their staff on social media, with reports snowballing ‘hate campaigns’ are adversely affecting school leaders’ workload and wellbeing.
Steve Munby, an expert in educational leadership and school improvement, gives us a ‘warts and all’ look at what he’s learned about school leadership over his career and reveals why imperfect, flawed leaders are the most impactful.
Hungry for a dose of intellect, research and connection, every month around 15,000 Aussie educators – or one in 20 – tune in to Oliver Lovell’s The Education Research Reading Room (ERRR) Podcast to get their fix.
Too many bad ideas, sub-standard initial teacher education (ITE) training and learning activities that lack any clear purpose are fuelling the issues that plague maths education, two prominent Australian educators have suggested.
New federal Education Minister Jason Clare has announced a change to the National School Chaplaincy Program to allow schools to “choose” between having a religious chaplain and having a professionally qualified well-being worker.
Someone recently asked me what a typical day was like as a teaching principal.
The 9th Annual STEM Education conference, taking place on 26-27 July 2022, will assist educators, government and industry to create valuable partnerships to prepare students with STEM skills for future employment.
Whether it’s a lesson on artificial intelligence or quantum computing, St John’s Anglican College is constantly pushing the boundaries of innovation – and it’s partly thanks to the pioneering minds of teacher Sharon Singh and her colleagues.